Stormy Friday

distributed showers and storm get going early this morning in what will be an unsettled day overall. With the warmth and high humidity in place, these showers and storms have plenty of water vapor to fuel off of, producing localized tropical downpours at times. Although the harsh risk isn’t extensive today, it’s not impossible that an secluded harsh thunderstorm or two could get going, producing damaging wind gusts or already a fleeting tornado. With that said, the tornado risk is low, just not zero as the air does have some spin to it.

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distributed showers and storms are in and out tomorrow, so it’s not an all day washout, but also not a good day to take on a project if you need a complete day of dry weather. In fact, tomorrow night, the rain chances go up as a wave of energy ignites mores showers/localized downpours overnight into predawn Sunday. Rain wraps up quickly Sunday morning, allowing for a nice day with lowering humidity and comfortable afternoon temps. The pattern is more typical of late September/early October next week, with temps Wednesday and Thursday not already getting out of the 60s for highs. Expect lots of 40s and 50s for lows.

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